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RUGBY FOOTBALL.

RUGBY FOOTBALL.

INOTES B\' NIMi.OD. Coventry football players did on Saturday what they had never been able to do before. They beat Cambridge University on their own ground. It is quite correct tho Light Blues were defeated Coventry. There was, however, some excuse for them then,being tired tea
4 December 1894 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE NEW CROSS EXPLOSION.

THE NEW CROSS EXPLOSION.

It has been ascertained that a man named John Daley, a billiard-marker, employed at the Five Bells public-house, New Cross Road, London, was injured by the explosion the New New Cross Post Office on Tuesday night. On being interviewed at his residence in Vance Street, New Cross,
17 August 1894 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
HOSIEEY. HOSIERY. LEICESTER MADE FRAME KNIT HOSIERY, With Double Heels and Knees for Boys' and Girls' Hard Wear. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

HOSIEEY. HOSIERY. LEICESTER MADE FRAME KNIT HOSIERY, With Double Heels and Knees for Boys' and Girls' Hard Wear. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

Prices to Fit years, ; 6 years, 1/2J ; 8 years, 1/4J ; 10 years, 1/6*; 12 years, 1/SJ; S. W., 1/9* LINNETT'S, SMITHFORD STREET. J. AND CO., Electro PI ters, Polishers, Enamellers, &c. WORKS : GOSFORD STREET COVENTRY. CUPS, MEASURES, AND OTHER PLATED WARES SILVERED AND NIC PLATED
14 February 1895 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
TO-MORROW'S CRICKET.

TO-MORROW'S CRICKET.

Wolverhampton Coventry and North Warwickshire. St. Michael's v Dorridge. Foleshill Victorias v Excelsior. Cravens v Foleshill Albions. Coventry and North Warwickshire 11. v Kenilworth 11. Nuneaton Anker Mills Rotherham's. Cow Lane E M.S. v Severn Street (Adult Schools' League).
17 August 1894 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
MONEY jyj^ONEY.— PRUDENTIAL DEPOSIT BANK (Limited 27, Jermyn Street, Piccadilly. London, S.W. This old-established Bank has a Urge Capital ready

MONEY jyj^ONEY.— PRUDENTIAL DEPOSIT BANK (Limited 27, Jermyn Street, Piccadilly. London, S.W. This old-established Bank has a Urge Capital ready

to be advanced to responsible Person, Male or Female, residing in any 'of England or Wales, upon NOTE OF HAND ALONE, moderate Interest. A 1 loans completed without delay, and strict'v Private, with no loan-office routine. Loans are also grantc ' ipon Life Policies, Stocks, Share
17 August 1894 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
GREAT FIRE IN LONDON.

GREAT FIRE IN LONDON.

GREAT FIRE LONDON. large ware houses destroyed. EXCITING SCENES. , Cen'ral News says that a destructive fire ,°ke out in the Minories between five and six c, this morning. Shortly before half-past dense smoke was seen issuing from the Promises occupied by the Tarabona Tea Company
10 November 1894 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE KEY TO HEALTH!

THE KEY TO HEALTH!

Sufferers from Gavel, I'..es. Pan.s in Back, Dropsy, Wind and ate- Complaints, Diseases of Kidneys, ri adder. Organ?, Sio.ie Gleet, stricture, Sciatica ar.d Gout, will find positive cure in lioluroyu's Gravel Pills. Try small box, anu if not satisfied your mone-ywiil be rtturn-d
10 November 1894 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
COVENTRY MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

COVENTRY MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.

Mr. Edward Turrall, ribbon manufacturer, flS acceded to the requisition inviting him to becod a candidate, with Mr. Councillor Horton, fl Conservative interest for Bishop Street Ward. The requisition containsd over 500 signatures, and there was a second requisition from Liberal
11 October 1894 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
CORRESPONDENCE. WORK AT THE* WORKHOUSE. Sir, —Would you kindly allow me a small space in your valuable paper, just to

CORRESPONDENCE. WORK AT THE* WORKHOUSE. Sir, —Would you kindly allow me a small space in your valuable paper, just to

let my fellowcitizens know how they are likely to get treated by our so-called Guardians of the Poor should they ever have the misfortune to seek their assistance in the way of working for the very large pay of 6d.a day and a loaf. I call it worse than any criminal that we have
11 October 1894 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
NUNEATON LOCAL BOARD.

NUNEATON LOCAL BOARD.

Alderman Haddon presided over the usual fortnightly meeting of the Nuneaton Local Board, held yesterday, the other members present being Messrs. Swinnerton, Johnson, Melly, Stanley, Tomlinson, Brown, and Ward. The Chairman explained that the Surveyor was absent owing to an injur
11 October 1894 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England